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: SCIENCE. PURE AND APPLIED

by V. B. Wigglesworth , F.R.S.
Quick Professor of Biology
In the University of Cambridge
In this talk, which is based on a lecture he gave at the Jubilee Conference of the Association of Applied Biologists, Professor Wigglesworth argues that the application of science to human needs calls for qualities in the investigator different from but not inferior to those required for research in pure science. Also, that to ensure the continued production of useful applications, pure science must be free to develop without restriction.

Contributors

Unknown: V. B. Wigglesworth , F.R.S.

: CHAMBER MUSIC

The Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble
Second of two programmes including recently discovered quintets by J. C. Bach.

Contributors

Unknown: J. C. Bach.

: NEW POETRY

Introduced by lain Fletcher

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Ilona Kabos (piano)
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader. Reginald Stead )
Conductor, John Hopkins

Contributors

Piano: Ilona Kabos
Leader: Reginald Stead
Conductor: John Hopkins

: STRIKES AND MORALS

Talk by J. M. Cameron
Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Leeds
Mr. Cameron examines strikes in relation to some moral and political principles of our society and considers to what extent these principles are open to criticism.

Contributors

Talk By: J. M. Cameron

: Fernand Ledoux reads 'TARTUFFE'

by Moliere
A complete reading of the play in French.
Produced by Michel Polac

Contributors

Produced By: Michel Polac

: SONG RECITAL

Mabelia Ott-Penetto
(contralto)
Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Frederick Stone

: A NOTE ON ' MONSTRE GAI'

by T. S. Eliot , O.M.
The second part of Wyndham Lewis 's trilogy of novels Tht Human Age will be broadcast on Friday evening at 8.15.

Contributors

Unknown: T. S. Eliot , O.M.
Unknown: Wyndham Lewis








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